|The Soupy Sales Show|
An episode from 1965.
Keywords: Soupy Sales; Childrens TV; Classic TV
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|Ken Calvert with Soupy Sales & Leonard Maltin - Host Ken Calvert, Producer Kevin Collard|
Soupy Sales joins legendary radio host Ken Calvert on Detroit radio to discuss his film career.
Keywords: Detroit; Soupy Sales; Ken Calvert; WCSX; Radio; Interview
|BJS008: Sick of... - Brian Jude, Thomas V. Walker (Music)|
I wasn't going to record today, but this project I'm working on is stalling. Also, I'm sick with an ear infection, and I'm frankly sick of... well, everything, really! So I'm working from my bed, and talking to you about all of the problems with my project for TK Music, Tom Walker, Alan Scott & AMS Video, problems with my last show, my TB test, missing the Industrial Jazz Group and Tom Walker gigs because I'm sick, my sister & nieces and nephews have swine flu, taking the boy to see "Where the W...
Keywords: talk; family; podcast; sick; ear infection; TK Music; Tom Walker; Alan Scott; AMS Video; Final Cut Pro; Garage Band; iTunes; Mantoux test; Industrial Jazz Group; swine flu; Where the Wild Things Are; The Last Days of Frank Whyte; Central Library; Old Bridge; NJ; Weird Al Yankovic; Soupy Sales; deposit slip; bank; Jersey Devil; Devil Hunters; SyFy; Windows 7 Whopper
|The El Wayno Loco Show : One Hit Wonders of the 1960s, Pt. 2 - El Wayno Loco|
One Hit Wonders of the 1960s, Pt. 2 (American One Hit Wonders) In which we press on through the years 1964, 65 and 66. Yuppers, there were enough One Hit Wonders throughout those three short years to fill up an entire El Wayno Loco Show. All hail the One Hit Wonder! According to wikipedia, a "One Hit Wonder" can be defined as a person or act known mainly for only a single success. The term is most often used to describe music performers with only one hit single...
Keywords: The El Wayno Loco Show; The EWL Show; One Hit Wonders of the 1960s Pt. 2; The Murmaids; The Trashmen; The Ripcords; The Sapphires; Tommy Tucker; The Swingin' Blue Jeans; Peter Drake and his Talking Steel Guitar; Robert Maxwell and his Harp And Orchestra; Astrid Gilberto and Stan Getz; Earl-Jean; Herman's Hermits; Joe Hinton; Gale Garnett; The Nashville Teens; The Honeycombs; Lorne Green; Candy And The Kisses; The Detergents; The Larks; Alvin Cash and The Crawlers; The Ad-Libs; Buck Owens; Jewel Akens; Shirley Bassey; Cannibal and the Headhunters; Soupy Sales; Sounds Orchestral; Barry McGuire; The Castaways; The Gentrys; Jonathan King; The Silkie; Little Jimmie Dickens; The Statler Brothers; The Knickerbockers; David and Johnathan; Bob Lind; Neil Hefti; Norma Tanega; The Standells; Robert Parker; Shades Of Blue; The Syndicate Of Sound; The Swingin' Medallions; Crispian St. Peters; Love; Tommy McClain; Napoleon The XIV; Los Bravos; Darrell Banks; The Count Five; J. J. Jackson; Webb Wilder; The Beatles; The Cornell Hurd Band; Sara Evans; The Dynamics; Elvis Costello and The Attractions